Consumer Reports: Top-Rated Facial Sunscreens Sunscreens will help keep you from wrinkling. Consumer Reports tested six facial sunscreens. They contain the same active ingredients as regular sunscreens, but they’re made to be lighter and less greasy and they cost more per ounce.
Consumer Reports Puts Sunscreens To The TestMost dermatologists recommend using a sunscreen that delivers an SPF, or sun protection factor, of 30 of higher.
Paul Chryst Talks About Helping His Young Players MaturePitt football's head coach joins "The Fan Morning Show" for his weekly spot
Consumer Reports Tests Sunscreens, 18 Of 20 Below SPF PromiseJust in time for summer, Consumer Reports is out with their test of sunscreen.
Pitt Comes Up Short In Final Seconds, Losing 48-45It was a long, tough day for the No. 18 Pittsburgh Panthers as they came up short in the final second against Virginia, losing 48-45 thanks to a three-point shot by Cavalier’s guard Malcolm Brogdon.
Consumer Reports Puts Sunscreens To The TestAccording to the American Cancer Society more than one million skin cancers diagnosed each year in the U.S. are considered sun-related. That means it’s important to have a good sunscreen. Consumer Reports recently tested to find the best.